Gardening Suggestions for July From ‘The English Girl’ … When the Solar Shines, a Breeze Blows and Birds Sing

Hibiscus flowers make a surprising show all through July. “An ideal July day is when the solar is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing … and the lawnmower is damaged!” – James Dent Maureen Haseley-Jones is “The English Girl.” Watering is so essential through the warmth of summer season. For those who […]

Ann Wright: Backyard tips for scorching July

As our Mediterranean local weather launches into dry summer season with temperatures hovering to full throttle, garden vegetation additionally really feel the warmth. Indications of warmth stress in panorama and garden vegetation embrace, wilting or drooping leaves that don’t return to regular by night; curled or chlorotic (yellow) leaves which will fold or drop; new […]

Get Arms-On With Some Bugs July 20

The Cheshire Pollinator Pathway group will host “What’s Bugging You,” an informational, hands-on bug and bug program, later this month. Immerse your self on the planet of bugs and bugs with Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station’s Katherine Dugas on Wednesday, July 20, 9:30 a.m. on the Cheshire Pollinator Pathway Backyard, 487 North Brooksvale Street. This program […]

Grasp Gardeners Night In The Backyard Is July 20 | Information, Sports activities, Jobs

Pictured is the Grasp Gardeners’ Demonstration Backyard utilizing raised beds and recycled materials. Submitted photograph The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County Grasp Gardeners Program is inviting the general public to share a while at its new demonstration gardens at 6 p.m. July 20. Demonstration gardens are the place the grasp gardeners take a look […]

Metropolis Council Proclaims July As Parks Make Life Higher Month • Atascadero Information

Council discusses the Goal Design Requirements Venture ATASCADERO—The Atascadero Metropolis Council met for his or her often scheduled assembly on Tuesday, July 12, at 6 p.m. The hybrid assembly was held within the Metropolis Council Chambers. The agenda for the evening handed unanimously. The council introduced forth a proclamation declaring July as Parks Make Life […]

July 15, 2022: Public sale Calendar

**auctions showing on this week’s newspaper FRIDAY, JULY 15 Beloit, WI 11 AM – Offered to at least one purchaser in its entirety. Contains tractors, skid loaders, vans, vehicles, trailers, farm equipment, storage van and truck bins, garden tractors, store tools, and piles of scrap metallic. Kenny Clark Property, situated at 5607 East L-T Towline […]

Retailers compete with Prime Day: Huge gross sales at Walmart, Kohl’s, Coach, Saks Fifth Avenue, extra July 12-13

Transfer over Christmas, Amazon Prime Day has triggered the largest on-line gross sales since Cyber Monday was invented. Whereas Amazon is internet hosting a humungous buying occasion July 12-13, different retailers are holding massive on-line gross sales to rival the net large. Customers are the winners on this aggressive gross sales scuffle. Throughout Prime Day […]